That feeling has returned.
One of hopelessness and despair, pervading my consciousness.
For I am alone, and there is no one there.
An unspoken urgency, an anxious dread.
Who can truly claim to empathise?
That feeling has returned.
Oh, how the years have gone by. No I'm not going to reminisce about the days that have gone by, as you might think.
I was grossly insulted on Sunday. Some 8 year old (I think) kid called me "Uncle". Do I look that old? Shit.
It's 3.50am now and I'm still awake. I've managed to prodigiously and phenomenally screw up my body clock, all thanks to some of that dilute liquid they call coffee at McDonald's. Not that I'm spending it fruitfully in any way, as you can see by my blogging about this, which is rather sad.
ROFL now this was some funny. Quotes extracted from Adrian on MSN:
If you ask me to describe how I'm feeling about Biology practical, it's this.
Here's a fantastic example of how dysfunctional I am:
My blog layout was screwed up, I got pissed off and I erased the whole thing and replaced it with this. It's still screwed somewhat, but at least I know what's wrong now.
The ten years of Maris Stella life are officially over with yesterday's Leavers' Ceremony. Wow. Just like that, you know? The memories of last night will always be poignant ones kept close to my heart. The video and slideshows. The ambience. The performance. The ceremony and the dinner, a fairly grand and well-planned affair complete with lighted candles on a round table sprinkled with flowers. And the photos. Gosh. I'll never forget. Of course the photos I took will help me as well =P
Normally I try to stay away from politics and other serious matters, choosing to dwell more on more lighthearted issues and boring dictations of what happened during my day, but this time I feel it's different.
Last Friday was the last official day of school for the graduating class of secondary fours 2006. Ten years in the school have gone by. Just like that. It always seems like forever when you're in anticipation of the future, but the past always seems to shimmy by, like sand in the hourglass. Each moment you partake of in the present, immediately becomes a thing of the past. You want to savour the moment, but it has already made the transition into the next. Maybe the next will be better; maybe it will take a turn for the worse. Who's to say?
The air outside sucks. Not something you hear everyday, I might add. Saying that the food in the school canteen is crap is one thing, with comparisons to dog food commonplace, but the forest fires in Indonesia are making normally incongrous-sounding remarks sound totally okay. And that is not okay.
L1R5 moderated to 16 points. An A2 now for English, which is still crap. A2 for E Math, which isn't bad - was originally B3.
I have arrived at the light at the end of the tunnel. The one that illuminates the surrounding area, and yet that very light fails to penetrate the pitch darkness of the next tunnel I must negotiate; the one leading to the O levels is filled with potholes and alternating paths.
L1R5 total: 19 points.
Had a fight with my dad. No, not a physical fight.